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Vegan Blend combines Pea Protein Isolate, Brown Rice Protein and Hemp Protein to deliver a premium quality, vegan protein powder with a full range of essential amino acids and over 22g of protein per serving.
Vegan Blend is a source of the branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine.It is also a source of various nutrients including vitamins, minerals essential fatty acids and fibre. Vegan Blend is a way of consuming a high protein shake free of dairy and soy. Vegan Blend also contains DigeZyme®, a digestive enzyme included with the intent of promoting digestion.
Vegan Blend is a good choice for any Vegan’s looking to increase their protein intake. Vegan Blend can also help contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass. A number of our customers purchase Vegan Blend along with other products from the Muscle and Strength and Sports Performance ranges.
Add 150-250ml of water or fruit juice into our shaker (the less liquid the thicker the shake will be). Then add 30g, shake and consume. Use 2-3 times daily.
Note: We advise that all servings are measured using an accurate set of scales. While we make every attempt to provide an accurate equivalent measure using our Myprotein scoops, these are only approximate and are not a substitute for using a standardised measuring device.
Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose. This product is a food supplement and therefore should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Store in a cool dry place, out of the reach of young children.
Made in a facility that also handles Milk, Soy, Egg, Gluten and products thereof.
Chocolate Smooth Flavour: Protein Blend (65%) (Pea Protein Isolate, Brown Rice Protein Concentrate, Hemp Protein), DigeZyme® (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Beta-D-Galactosidase, Lipase), Cocoa Powder, Flavouring, Sweetener (Sucralose)
Unflavoured: Protein Blend (73%) (Pea Protein Isolate, Brown Rice Protein Concentrate, Hemp Protein), DigeZyme® (Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Beta-D-Galactosidase, Lipase)
Serving Size - 1 Scoop (30g)
Servings Per Container - 33 (1kg)
|Per 100g||Per Serving||*RI|
|Energy||1603 kJ/376 kcal||507 kJ/120 kcal||6%|
|Fat||5.5 g||1.6 g||2%|
|of which saturates||1.4 g||0.4 g||2%|
|Carbohydrates||4.7 g||1.4 g||1%|
|of which sugars||0.8 g||0.2 g||0%|
|Protein||82 g||25 g||50%|
|Salt||1.5 g||0.45 g||8%|
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
The nutritional information is based on the Unflavoured version, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional values may vary by up to 10%
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What really matters with plant protein is whether the raw material used here were grown without fungicides and pesticides. This I do not know, myprotein company should know that, and it would be good if they told us that. Otherwise we are eating pesticides... It is the same story with whey except that whey does not contain pesticides but perhaps more likely residue of antibiotics which cattle might have been feed with! It is a common practice unfortunately! So myprotein could you tell me whether your products use raw materials which have been treated with pesticides or not? Than I would rate your product with 5 stars. Now you only get 3.Goes Well With:water
As a vegan, this was the ideal product for me. Before, I had the whey isolate protein and I found the taste to be quite chemical and not very nice. However, this protein has a much more subtle, natural taste. I got the unflavoured version but added flavour drops (the banana ones) and it tastes pretty good. The texture is a bit odd but I really like it. It's kind of grainy, but reminds me of oat milk. The shakes are quite thick - I tend to use about 300-350ml of almond milk with 1 scoop. I can understand some people not liking the texture, but I think that's personal preference.
Although I have no tolerance problems with dairy. I wanted to remove it from my diet and see what difference and effect there was. In order to do this I had to remove Whey from my diet. This was the hardest hurdle to overcome due to the reliability of Whey protein in my shakes and bars etc. I bought the Vegan Blend powder to try as it was a mixture of three different types of protein powders and offered more benefits than just one variety. I buy / use the chocolate flavor and so i am unable to comment on the unflavored version. The powder mixes just like any other whey protein powder but the texture and taste is different as expected. The taste has a more earthy feel to it and I can imagine to some to be quite bitter. The chocolate flavoring does a good job of masking this bitterness. The texture is slightly more 'grainier' than whey powder but I don't mind it and it isn't noticeable if you make your shake with more liquid. In my opinion I have noticed more energy in my training and daily activities but without hard evidence to prove it, I cannot say everyone will experience the same benefits I have felt. As for vegans athletes / gym goers, this is a great substitute for whey and personally I think you are better off with this blend instead of whey. Although this is slightly pricier than impact whey and has a lower protein content per 100g (If my memory serves me right) I have used this for a few months and will continue to do so in the near and far future. I also use this for baking my own dairy free protein bars/ flapjacks.Goes Well With:Oats
I have tried both the chocolate flavour and the unflavoured versions and my preference is for the unflavoured. I found the chocolate far too sweet and artificial-tasting. If you want to blend it into various types of smoothies, then chocolate doesn't always work with the flavours you're including. Also, the protein content is reduced by the inclusion of cocoa, although not by very much. The unflavoured version works very well if you're blending it into other flavours. On it's own it's a little bitter, but not unbearably so. Overall, a reasonably priced vegan protein powder that mixes quite well and provides a good protein boost to your daily intake.Goes Well With:Smoothies, incuding banana, non-dairy milk and any other veg or flavours you want to add.
Being lactose intolerant it was difficult to find a protein powder to help me in my goals. Finally found this one and have tried both the unflavoured and chocolate versions. The unflavoured needs stuff added to it otherwise it is very sawdusty in taste but mixes ok, a little thick and grainy but generally easy to swallow. I tend to use this in fruit smoothies as it makes them nice and thick and masks the taste. The chocolate on the other hand mixes really well and has a good flavour, it is quite sweet though. The only issue I've found with this one is that when mixed little, black, hard, plasticy flakes appear which makes the last few gulps very gritty and not enjoyable. They aren't visible in the dried powder, only when its mixed. Goes Well With:Unflavoured - Anything with a strong taste, fruit Chocolate - Oat milk, banana, peanut butter
I started off with the unflavoured version. 1 scoop with approximately 250-300ml was palatable. Sure, it didn't taste amazing, but you can't really expect anything else from isolates. There are a lot of ways to make the unflavoured version taste better. I tried adding a small amount of agave (you really don't need that much to make a difference) which took quite a bit of the edge off. If you're using a blender, 1 banana works really well with it. It also goes perfectly with non-dairy yoghurt style products. My most common mix was a small amount of agave, some chia seeds and some flavoured ground linseed. Worked a treat. I've recently changed to the chocolate version, and it is surprisingly tasty. It almost feels a little bit too sweet after adjusting to the unflavoured version. It mixes well and quickly, but you won't be able to remove a small amount of the gritty taste. As other reviews below me have pointed out, you do get used to it. I have to say, I'm really happy to have found this product. On days where it can be hard to get your protein from whole vegetables, or if you're going to the gym regularly, this product is a life saver! Goes Well With:Agave, Alpro Soya Yoghurt, Banana, Chia Seeds, Milled Linseed, Porridge, Avocado (smoothie).
I'm jealous of anyone who can stomach the taste of this protein. Genuinely jealous. I usually have whey but I'm trying to go a non-dairy route and was hoping the Vegan Blend would be a good start... Boy, was I wrong. As soon as you open the bag, it smells like a combination of manure, dirt and and some other stuff that you likely wouldn't put near your mouth. Texture is gritty, but it's drinkable. The taste is what kills it. Even mixed with milk, oats, vanilla drops, the taste lingers and getting a mouthful down is proper effort. I'm going to try and mix it with a bunch of fruit tomorrow in the hope that I can mask the taste, but it seems highly unlikely. I know some of you will say just get it down you, it's only a 10 second job. But the taste lingers. For the last 5 hours any burp, exhale or bit of air from my throat/gut smells like this earthy excrement. It's not nice to say the least. Unless your life is dependent on gains and you can't have any other protein source, I really wouldn't bother.Goes Well With:The bin.
I have, for some reason, over the last couple of years started to become less tolerant to the everyday protein shakes that are on the market. due to getting a bad stomach after drinking the normal shakes i was missing out on a quick and easy intake of protein after my work outs. i did some research and was informed that it would be worth cutting out some of the typical ingredients found in the protein shakes i had been drinking. this lead me to the vegan blend. Taste is good. Chocolaty enough for me. mixability is very good. no lumps etc. protein content is decent enough with fairly low cals. texture, is a little different but nothing to get upset about. most importantly....NO MORE BAD STOMACH. i am now able to drink a quick shake with no annoying pains that follow. highly recommend if you have the same problems.
Best vegan protein for taste, value, mixability and ingredients.
Pretty disgusting taste (like hay). Makes me feel sick if I try to drink it with almond milk or in a green smoothie. Discovered that mixing it with soup masks the taste well, and makes a satisfying thick soup. Especially recommend mixing it with pea soup. Great if you're worried about getting enough protein, and want to get it in a cruelty-free way.Goes Well With:Soup
I have struggled to find a protein supplement that was non diary and easily digestible. I suffer from Crohn's disease, diary allergy, can't eat red meat and most vegetables so needed to increase my intake of protein and greens. This ticks every box! Would recommend to any IBD sufferers looking for a good supplement. Goes Well With:Alpro almond milk Peanut butter Coconut ice cream Honey
I love this protein powder. Pure hemp protein has the best effectiveness. But the taste is not great. I've tried many Vegan protein blends and this is the most neutral one which for me means - best tasting as I like to add fruits to the blender for taste. It's super-easy to digest too. Hemp protein is a complex protein with full spectrum of amino acids. Rice and pea protein individually are not complete protein but together are complete. Can't be happier with this product.Goes Well With:fruit
I can't tolerate whey protein taste- and digestion-wise, and I am also trying to eat as much vegan as I can, so this protein was my best option. I bought unflavoured, and the taste of this protein powder in my smoothie was something to get used to, but now I can't drink this smoothie without the protein powder anymore :) The texture of the powder is indeed a bit gritty, but it's tolerable and I even like it now. I found that it gets smoother when you both blend AND shake it. I like blending it with bananas, raw cacao and plain water - it makes a great post-workout smoothie with loads of minerals to nourish your depleted body.
I purchased 1KG to try, as I'd like to move away from dairy. I wasn't sure what to expect, as some of the reviews don't exactly sell the flavor and texture. However, I was pleasantly surprised, it is great. Texture is similar to making a shake with oats in a blender. I can also imagine this working really well in recipes too. I will definitely be back for more.
First time using a vegan blend. I am personally finding it hard to swallow, not due to taste but more so texture. I can't gulp it down as I normally would,I literally need to clear my throat with every mouthful. I'm not sure whether this will take some getting used to over time or whether I just can't handle this type of texture. Hopefully it will get better as i not only bought 1kg of this but also another 2.4kg from another company which gives me the same problem. :D I hope you have more joy.
I came across Vegan Blend when looking for a complete protein blend that is dairy free. I can't tolerate even the slightest amount of lactose so MyProtein's dairy free range is a real blessing for my workout goals. VB is a little gritty but it mixes well. The chocolate flavour is a little over-sweet for my palate but I'm getting used to it ;)
Great protein for vegans! It's a pitty, that flavored version contains sucralose. Is there Amino acid profile available somewhere?
I bought the unflavored variant. No bloating, works well, I recover much faster from workouts and only drink one scoop per day alongside a versatile vegan diet. At first I tried mixing it with water or almond milk, stirring it with a spoon, and while it would mix well, I could still feel the gritty texture and it was very unpleasant. But then I bought a food processor (one of those cheap wand-style processors) and mixed in a pint glass one banana, one scoop of Vegan Blend and water and just mixed it for 10-15 sec. The smoothy you get is really tasty, doesn't feel gritty and goes down really easily! It's also really good value for money!Goes Well With:Water and bananas.
I don't normally write reviews but feel that this product warrants one. I don't use dairy products because of the health implications and also won't use Soy protein because I think it's only suitable for women. Since I started using Essential Amino Acids about 2-3 years ago I've realized that your body doesn't need anywhere near the amount of protein most bodybuilding websites suggest. I know that because I now consume 1000 calories a day less than I used to and have just lost body fat and actually increased my strength and muscularity. While getting enough EEA's is the most important factor if you don't ingest any non essential amino's its possible the body will convert the essential amino's and therefore reduce your muscle building potential. I don't have must of an appetite these days and try to follow as close to a vegan diet as possible so I generally consume 3 full meals per day 2 of which consist of the following: 100g Instant Oats, 40g Vegan Blend (Chocolate), 10g Glutamine, 5g BCAA's, 7g MCT Powder. For dinner I either have 150g Chicken, 125g Wholegrain Rice, 40g Spinach and a tea spoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. I also take 10g of a mixture of Wheatgrass and Barleygrass powder before my breakfast shake and consume 5-10g of EEA tablets before and after training and before bed. In the after training I use 40g of fast acting carbohydrates and I also mix 20g BCAA's to drink before, during and after training. This product is far superior to whey and any other animal product. I always use vegan friendly supplements these days because they work more effectively and don't give you the stomach upset of whey/milk which I don't use what so ever!! I have used a mixture of Brown Rice Protein and Pea Protein Isolate in the past and found them effective but the Hemp Protein gives it a better overall amino acid profile. I highly recommend this product to anyone involved in any sport or physical exercise. Goes Well With:Instant Oats, MCT Powder, Branch Chain Amino's, Coconut or Rice Milk, Glutamine
My first time using Vegan protein shakes and the taste of the unflavoured version of this one is something foul. I would recommend trying the Choco flavour in its stead, despite the lessening of protein absorption from the chocolate. I haven't tried that one but it can only get better!
I bought this protein due to currently breastfeeding my 8 month old daughter who happens to have a dairy intolerance and wanting to gain muscle. I was a bit dubious due to the other reviews but I had no choice seeing as I needed a dairy free one. I was pleasantly surprised, I bought the unflavoured one as I am not too keen on chocolate flavoured things anyway. The taste isn't too bad, the only way to describe it is slightly earthy? But you get used to it and I actually enjoy it now. I have a scoop in my oats for breakfast and then a shake with coconut milk later in the day if the macros need it! I can't comment on any progress ie size wise and muscle gains but feel free to follow me on Instagram where I am sharing my fitness journey as well as being a breastfeeding mummy to a little girl! Goes Well With:Coconut milk, banana smoothie and oats (cold or cooked)
I've read all the 'poor' reviews of this product and they're mostly based on taste - I've gotta admit, i absolutely love it! I have the unflavoured option, and I mix it with a teaspoon of unsweetened cocoa powder and a half teaspon of maca powder - it's bliss! I don't have a sweet tooth, and I don't mind 'chewing' on the grains in my mouth after a good swig :-)Goes Well With:Almond milk, water, vanilla soya milk and other flavoured soya
I'm lactose intolerant so this fits the bill. Not a great taste but not bad for me anyway. I got flavour drops and these helped loads. Easy to mix and drink.Goes Well With:Porridge, drinks and with flavour drops
Ok, I am a noob but please take a view at my review (yo!). I took Whey protein some years ago when I was trying to cut fat and keeping the mass. The taste was horrible (dymatize chocolate)....very sour finish, although yes, it tasted like chocolate but I didn't care about it. 4 times out of 5, after taking the shake (with water) I had incredible stomach pains. In a way, I think I am partially intolerant to lactose or something. That is why this time I chose a vegan blend. And well, no pains whatsoever. About the taste....I strongly advice to mix the suggested dose with DOUBLE the suggested water dose. Instead of using 250ml of water, use half liter. It will be much easier to drink, less muddy. One very good mix (and very simple) that does't involve mixing or cutting or baking: 500ml water per powder serving + honey. It will be sweet, light and fresh (put ice in it). PROS: - no stomachache - I know what mud tastes like now - incredible mixability. I always had marbles with wheys. this dissolves by only looking at it CONS - I know what mud tastes like now.Goes Well With:Water, soy milk, honey.
I drink this added to coconut water (unsweetened). I find the two mix quite well and the tastes match up well for me. The first time I used it I seemed to get a lot of gass in my stomach immediately after drinking, but only the first time, no problems now.
The flavoured is really good and love to take it but the Unflavoured is rank, I bought it by accident and can't use it as is so vile! go for the chocolate and you can't go wrong!
I mix 30g of this stuff up with my porridge and milled flaxseed as part of a protein rich plant powered breakfast. Tastes great with a spoonful of honey. Mixes well enough. Adds a slight vanilla/nutty taste. Pleasant texture.Goes Well With:Porridge
I normally buy Reflex vegan protein but thought I'd try this as a cheaper option. It does indeed leave a weird sandy film over your teeth/mouth, and is VERY sweet to me (as someone who rarely eats sugar or artificial sweeteners) ... But there is something really moreish about it! Seems like it'd be good in baking and you wouldn't need any extra sweetener.
I was pretty surprised with the vegan blend powder. I bought chocolate, which actually tasted rather nice, I've been mixing it with almond milk rather than water. I'm not 100% sure of the effect it is having on my exercising regime, muscle rebuilding. But it was tasty, easy to digest and I'll probably need to give it a few more weeks realise a difference.Goes Well With:almond milk
I have been drinking whey protein for years. I tried this and was very impressed by the taster and effectiveness for supporting my muscles. It is much thicker then whey protein shakes so requires a bit more water I would recommend this even to gym goers who are not vegan.
I bought this product in order to stay away from milk products and it's just awesome. The texture is thicker than whey but it doesn't bother me... It gives me a more natural taste than the one i get from whey, plus this is very filling. The taste is good too. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for alternatives to soy, beef or whey proteins.Goes Well With:Instants oats, pea protein powder
I believe the Vegan Blend is better for you and don't let the initial gritty texture put you off. It has taken me about a week of regular usage to 'get on with' to the Vegan Blend after using Whey Protein. I believe the chocolate flavour does a good job and it is not taste but the texture that put me off at first. Like most things new to the system, my stomach wasn't to keen at first either,but after getting over the 'transition stage' I feel (health wise) much better and happier with this product! Worth it for anyone who wants to cut dairy out of their diet and still take on a decent amount of Protein!Goes Well With:Well water obviously! Not sure about any additions.
This stuff seems to be doing the job! Bought a 1k pouch last month which was unflavoured (the main option for variety in mixing flavours). The best combination I've found is with flavoured 'milks' (hemp / soya / rice / koko etc) but I've also used regular unflavoured koko and added cocoa powder or 'choc shot'. I always add a teaspoon of peanut butter which adds to the flavour. I've also used agave to sweeten a little but with the flavoured 'milks' its not really needed. Having been vegan for almost a year now, I did start to worry about losing weight as I have a fast metabolism. I've now been using this product for a month and doing the gym average 3x per week (high weights / 3 - 4 lots of 8 reps) and gained 2.5kg weight in that time...this is mainly muscle gain. Minimal muscle ache day after pretty intense workouts, which wasn't the case prior to starting on this mission. I'm very happy and now will be having one per day to see if this helps more, rather than just glugging it down after the gym!! Give it a try if you're vegan, dairy intolerant or just want something different.Goes Well With:Flavoured 'Milks' Unflavoured 'Milks' Cocoa powder Agave Nectar Peanut butter Squeezy 'Choc Shot'
I've given this 5 stars for effectiveness as I can't comment on this yet. What I can comment on is how much it coats your teeth whilst simultaneously having the texture of wet sand. I bought 5 kilos of this stuff and am sorely disappointed that I have to taste this for the next couple of months. The products are normally good, but not this one. I only put 1 scoop in and had about 700ml of Shake, even that diluted it was really gritty and made me cough a lot.Goes Well With:Other river sediment.
I love this product. Most vagan protein taste like something you've swept of the floor. My only concern is the sweetener. I would feel so much more confident in the product if they used stevia. If they changed this it would be in the top 5 of vegan protein powders for sure.
So far, I've not had any issues. The taste and texture is not the best, but it's OK. I've only just started using it, so it's too early so say if it's making any difference.Being a vegetarian and getting older. I need to make sure i'm getting enough protein to supplement my diet. Goes Well With:Robinson's Squash'd summer fruits
Very happy with this protein powder, tastes good, blends well & no animal products! This market place often overlooks vegans & I was very pleased to find a quality vegan blend for a reasonable priceGoes Well With:I add mine to my post run smoothies
Overall a good product, mixed well with water. Very sweet/ rusky tasting - a bit too sweet for me - but mixed with Soya milk works well.
This is easily the best vegan protein that I have tried to date. I have tried the chocolate version and although the taste is not intense - it is definitely pleasant. It mixes easily, unlike many other vegan alternatives. I will definitely be buying this again.Goes Well With:Rice, almond or oat milk (its too thick with soy milk).
One of the best vegan proteins ive tasted. would be better if the sweetner was stevia rather than the artificial stuff.
This blend is very tasty, although the consistency is thicker than whey it is quite filling and a good option to stay away from animal products. I would recommend it to anyone. Goes Well With:Instant Oats
I use the Vegan blend as my protein supl too my meals, I use the Whey Isolate after and before workouts and Vegan rest of the day. Two reason i use Vegan blend, its a combination of several protein sucre and second I i can eat less animal proteins, so my nutrition becomes more balanced with a great mix of vegan and animal proof sucre. I'm a national top bodybuilder competitor :) Goes Well With:MyProtein superfood powder.
Very good non-dairy alternative for protein. The taste is decent with water, I tried it with almold milk for extra nutritional benefits but it was pretty hard to stomach for me so I advise you just stick to water. It is very easy to drink and easy to consume and digest. Although it has a bit less protein than the other options available which isn't suitable for vegans you'd probably find yourself craving for more of the drink anyway so that doesn't matter. I bought the chocolate smooth flavour. Overall I think this is the best option for protein for vegans and people who have a dairy-free diet.Goes Well With:Almond Milk Tap Water
The vegan blend has a nice flavour but it is a bit grainy and it coats your teeth. It would be nicer if the shake was smoother and not as grainy. It is a good product that has 3 different vegetable proteins which is a rarity. I will probably purchase this product again.Goes Well With:Breckfast
I've been buying 'pulsin' vegan protein powders for a while and thought I would try the Myprotein blend as its good value for money. I first bought the unflavoured one. The flavour takes a bit of getting used to, it's a little bit grainy (because of the hemp I think), but you get used to it. It's a good protein %, and when blended into smoothies etc then it's nice (because the flavour is masked!). I've tried it a few times mixed with water after the gym and wouldn't recommend... However, I've just bought a couple of packs of the chocolate smooth, and am very happy with the flavour. I've only tried it quickly mixed with some unsweetened almond milk, but it was delicious! I imagine this will be quite tasty mixed just with water after the gym, which is what I wanted. I would definitely rate the chocolate flavour as superior in taste!Goes Well With:Unflavoured - blended into smoothies or soups etc. it isn't the tastiest on its own with water. Chocolate- much tastier! Everything.
I have been buying this for a few years now and find it the best milk/soya free protein online. I have bad eczema brought about by milk and soya based proteins and find this product improves my skin condition considerably. Chocolate is the nicest tasting closely followed by banana. It mixes well however I marked it down because it thickens (a lot), so I advise drinking it quickly upon mixing. From research online this protein reduces the acidity of your blood – I would agree (I have a high red meat diet)! This product seems to give me much more endurance in the weights room. I often mix with flax seed or a super food mix. All round great product!Goes Well With:Flaxseed, Omega 3, Alpha Men
Mixed into a smoothie with strong tasting things like banana or mango, it's hard to notice the taste and texture of this blend. Sprinkling it onto other meals is more noticeable though. As for the reason I'm taking it, maybe a bit too early to say, but in a couple of weeks I think my thighs have gained about 1/2 inch.Goes Well With:Smoothies
I don't deal with milk proteins too well and have noticed less inflammation and bloating since switching from whey to this. Taste takes a while to get used to but it's fine after that and has just enough sweetness. Goes Well With:Creatine Leucine BCAA
Tastes pretty horrible, wouldn't get this again. Whey protein taste is much better. It does however taste slightly better with water than almond milk. Mixes well.Goes Well With:Water
Thought I'd try something different, this is not the way to do it.... Tried to mix it with several things: juice, water, yogurt, milk, in fruit smoothie and in all it spoilt what i was adding it to. Was like drinking silt. Really not very pleasant.